The Student Welfare Committee was formed on 15th of November 2019, at Ramanujan College envisions a conducive student centric teaching learning environment and compassionate interpersonal relationship between teachers and students. The Committee focuses on all round development of the students by addressing their needs, providing counseling to slow learners, and fostering positive psycho-personal motivation and guidance to them.

OBJECTIVES

1) Act as an interface between students and administration, taking suggestions of students through drop box in college and on college website (regarding students welfare)

2) Develop strong student-teacher relationship bond by implementation of mentor- mentee programme and help the  students with psychological issues to achieve reconciliation with the self and others (consulting college counselors)

3) Hygiene:
✓ General hygiene in the campus
✓ Canteen and food hygiene
✓ Building maintenance and hygiene
✓ Check drinking water

4) At college level:
➢ To organize programmes to make students job ready, strengthen the placement cell and make them aware of existing placement cells activities, motivate students to register and participate in large numbers specially in Non-Commerce departments
➢ To organize special meetings with the parents of those students whose fail to attend classes and show low performance in the class
➢ Co-ordination with staff council committee for welfare of students
➢ To draw notice of the college authorities towards any kind of sphere related to student welfare and development and plan and execute any programme for that

5) At student level:
➢ Encourage students to participate in Personality Development Classes
➢ Spread awareness about various schemes, plans, courses and programmes started for the welfare/development of students (like medical facilities and internal complaints committee)

EVENTS AND INTERVENTIONS

1. Hygiene & Maintenance Drive
2. Placement Drive
3. Movie Screening – Grihalakshmi with Guest of Honor Mr. Sanjay Talwar
4. Stress Management in the times of Quarantine by Mr Akshay Agarwal
5. Webinar on Sahaja Yoga Meditation in collaboration with NCWEB by Ms. Anjali Anand
6. Webinar Positive outlook in the times of Uncertainty by Mr. Sandeep Sadhu
7. Webinar on the Importance and Relevance of Sanskrit Literature and Language in association with Media Cell by Dr. Ranjan Tripathi
8. Webinar on Gandhian Principles in The Modern Day in association with the Department of Political Science by Dr. N Radhakrishnan
9. Art Exhibition By Dr. Madhu Batta
10. Sashakt’21: An Open Mic Offline Event on the International Women’s Day (March 8th 2021)
11. SWC Instagram Projects – Wednesday Wisdoms, Starry Saturdays, Positive Affirmations
12. LinkedIn Outreach: More than 300+ connections